Terms of the Treaty of Srirangapattinam:
The terms of the treaty were as follows:
- Tipu had to give up half his dominions
- He had to pay a war indemnity of three crore rupees and surrender two of his sons as hostages to the English
- Both sides agreed to release the priosoners of war
The Treaty of Srirangapattinam is a significance event in the history of South India. The British secured a large territory on the Malabar Coast. In addiction they obtained the Baramahal district and Dindugul. After this war, although the strength of Mysore had been reduced, it was not extinguished. Tipu had been defeated but not destroyed.